Anchor Inn on the Bay
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... and got into the car. Equipped with ham sandwiches, apples and bananas - we had no need to stop, so headed straight to Uncle Roger's and Aunt Carol's. We have had so much fudge and eaten so many pasties that we were happy to be back to eating sandwiches. The autumn colours were definitely brighter compared to last week, but once we crossed the Mackinac Bridge, we noticed that the trees ...
... of day to be flying, air was so smooth, saw lot's of flocks of birds flying in formation. Some other boats who had also enjoyed Saturday night on the river.
I stopped at Savanna, Illinois, very pleased to find an airport (Tri-City) that had Mogas in the bowser on the field - very unusual. Left ...
... flower and sprig of lavender all afternoon as they were so yummy. I finally had to surrender the daisy as it looked pathetic after an hour or so, but I still have the lavender and it smells awesome. Even Cuppy thinks so. I watched Sande and Carol pick carrots, tomatoes, runner beans, kohlrabi (like a mini cabbage), banana peppers and was of no help at all - just took pictures like an annoying tourist! ...
... MI to attend Art Prize for a couple of days, then on south. I am not sure at this point what other stops we will make. That's one of the good things about being retired and traveling in an RV, you can travel when and where you like. ...
... of shrimp and clams. Unfortunately, on the way back to the RV we hit a deer and it did some damage to the front of my car. We can still drive the car. It will have to wait to get fixed until we get home in November. The deer it did not fare so well.